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"All Debts contracted and Engagements entered into 1
#8288a. These codes have since been changed to read as follows: IMF 300-309 1
(Article six Section one) the United States and the States are the parties to the Constitution not you. Let me try to explain. If I buy an automobile from a man and that automobile has a warranty and the engine blows up the first day I have it. Then I tell the man just forget about it. Then you come along and tell the man to pay me and he says no. So you take him to court for not holding up the contract. The court then says case dismissed. Why? Because you are not a party to the contract. You cannot sue a government official for not adhering to a contract (Constitution) that you are not a party too. You better accept the fact that you are a Slave. When you try to use the Constitution you are committing a CRIME known as CRIMINAL TRESPASS. Why? Because you are attempting to infringe on a private contract that you are not a party to. Then to make matters worse you are a debt slave who owns no property or has any rights. You are a mere user of your Masters property! Here are just a couple of examples: "The primary control and custody of infants is with the government" Tillman V. Roberts. 108 So. 62 "Marriage is a civil contract to which there are three parties-the husband 1
(Federal Law) or the exceptional ecclesiastical laws prevalent in the United States 1
000 shares issued of which 18 1
000 were held by those in England. The Bank loaned the United States money in exchange for Securities of the United States. Now the creditors of the United States which included the King wanted paid the Interest on the loans that were given to the United States. So Alexander Hamilton came up with the great idea of taxing alcohol. The people resisted so George Washington sent out the militia to collect the tax which they did. This has become known as the Whiskey rebellion. It is the Militia's duty to collect taxes. How did the United States collect taxes off of the people if the people are not a party to the Constitution? I'll tell you how. The people are slaves! The United States belongs to the founding fathers 1
1778 to July 5 1
1781 States in Article 12: "All bills of credit emitted 1
1782. Now the UNITED STATES Inc. owes the King money which is due January 1 1
1783 Congress ratified a contract for the repayment of 21 loans that the UNITED STATES had already received dating from February 28 1
1787 1
1787 Congress gave approval of the meeting to take place in Philadelphia on May 14 1
1787 twelve State delegates approve the Constitution. The States have now become Constitutors. Constitutor: In the civil law 1
1788 from King George via France. King George funded both sides of the Revolutionary War. Now the Articles of Confederation which were declared in force March 1 1
1788) could borrow money and then because the States were a party to the Constitution they would also be liable for it. The next underhanded move was the creation of The United States Bank in 1791. This was a private Bank of which there were 25 1
1790 an Act was passed which was Titled.-An Act making provision for the payment of the Debt of the United States. This can be found at 1 U.S. Statutes at Large pages 138-178. This Act for all intents and purposes abolished the States and Created the Districts. If you don't believe it look it up. The Act set up Federal Districts 1
1794 which was twelve years after the War. Article 2 of the Treaty states that the King's Troops were still occupying the United States. Being the nice King that he was 1
1796. The troops were still on American soil because 1
1844. Pontifical laws moreover become obligatory without being accepted or confirmed by secular rulers. Syllabus 1
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44. Hence the jus nationale 1
481 Great Britain to this day collects taxes from the American people. The IRS is not an Agency of the United States Government. See APFN web page All taxpayers have an Individual Master File which is in code. By using IRS Publication 6209 1
520 You have to understand that Great Britain 1
520 which states " But 1
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Approved Under Paperwork Reduction Act is where form 8288 is found under OMB number 1545-0902 1
Associate Presbytery (Scotland : 1733-1744) 1
BMF 390-399 reads U.S.-U.K. Tax Treaty Claims. Isn't it INCREDIBLE that a 1040 form is a payment of a tax to the U.K.? Everybody is always looking to 26 U.S.C. for the law that makes one liable for the so called Income Tax but 1
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Commerce and Navigation". This Treaty was signed on November 19th 1
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